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Aircraft: Boeing 737-838

Airline: Qantas

Serial #: 33991




A great size comparison between the 738 and the 380.

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Posted by James Ashurst on November 18, 2013

Great Pic, I remember seeing my first 380 in the flesh next to a 737. I was gobsmacked at the size difference!

Posted by on November 15, 2013

Yeah, the A380's a lot bigger. I fly the B738, and I tell you, the V-speeds with average loads are about the same. In a Flaps 1 take off at max gross, I bet the B738 will give the A380 a run for her money. Same for Flaps 30 Vref landing speeds. Size is relative is all.

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